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[2015-2016] Jeremy Lin as a Charlotte Hornet

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by swyyyguy, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. malakas

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    Oh dear. If Lin signs with the Bulls it would be like a dream come true for me.
    LOFs pestering Bulls fans? OMG that's beautiful. And saying that Butler is too balldominant and Hoidberg is a racist? I already love it.
     
  2. mig0s

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    I guess you think Mozgov 'helped' the Cavs win this year as well right?

    And yeah sure, 1 missed layup and 1 turnover = lost series.

    rofl you are delusional if you think Patty Mills is better than Lin. Keep comforting yourself with that thought
     
  3. tinman

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    Lin definitely helped the Portland Trailblazers advance to the 2nd round of the play offs that one year.
     
  4. chenjy9

    chenjy9 Numbers Don't Lie
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    As long as he's not linked to the Rockets, I am good. I have no appetite for another round of Lin and LoF's personally. That said, I am not hugely against it. Lin is not a bad player, just not a good one either, well not usually.
     
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    Hahahhahaha, Oh it never gets old. Tinman is the greatest!!! He is the Internet!! Are you god?
     
  6. VanityHalfBlack

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    Does anyone think Tinman should go to open mic? I think he could be the next Bill Burr.
     
  7. vlaurelio

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    why not? one has a ring playing a role for the spurs while the other was on a vet min with the hornets
     
  8. tinman

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    No
    Just a 99er!
     
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    He is Genisys and SkyNet.
     
  10. Cloudx9

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    Lol remember when everyone on here was complaining about Lin's 8 million a year salary? Well Woj just reported he expects Lin's current market value to be around 13 million a year. Get it done Morey, meanwhile I'll get the popcorn ready for the meltdowns on Clutchfans. :grin:

    https://art19.com/shows/vertical-chris-mannix
     
  11. krnxsnoopy

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    There's also that idiot that said Lin will only get one offer (Hornets)

    LMAO! Delusional. Or rather, wishful thinking. Haters gonna hate. Dabbers gonna dab!
     
  12. colt45nyc

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    Let's All Sing it together again!!...


    ....We're Going to Party it's 19"99ers"!!!

    Tinsatan has already curse the Rockets by mocking God.
     
  13. tinman

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    I want Lin to join a team called "the Rain" so when Lin gets benched for another player, M. Vanilli, the LOF can blame it on "the Rain"
     
  14. KDZ

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    wait so lin only cost the rockets 1 games out of the 4?
     
  15. tinman

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    Why did the chicken cross the road?
    to meet the LOFs on the other side!!
     
  16. yoeddy

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    "Lin did make critical errors to lose games. Here's an example of where he didn't."

    lol!
     
  17. kanariya

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    It was a good decision but a bad miss. He had clear path to the rim. If the shot was made it would be a 2 possessions game.

    Milking the clock = give the ball to Harden = ISO. Harden missed 22 shots that game. You can argue that would be a better offense.

    Rockets won that game by the way.
     
  18. chenjy9

    chenjy9 Numbers Don't Lie
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    It was a risky decision. Sometimes risky decisions are good. Considering the time of that decision however, it was a very poor one by Lin. Milking the clock is a much safer and better decision, even if Lin had made the bucket (which he didn't and that made it much, much worse). The fact that we won with him passing to Daniels was actually a poor decision as well. He had Howard open down low with a mismatch and I believe someone else as well. Instead, he went with an unproven rookie. Now that said, while I think it was a mistake, that particular decision was not nearly as bad. Him running around like a headless chicken instead of calling time out or trying to play hero and racing to the basket instead of dribbling out on the other hand, were horrible mental mistakes.
     
  19. chenjy9

    chenjy9 Numbers Don't Lie
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    Also, Harden ISO will always be better than any Lin decision simply because Harden is a superior offensive player and despite him being off, he has always been clutch for us again and again. I have far more faith in Harden taken a step back against 2 defenders than Lin making a wide open layup.
     
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